Attention was drawn this week to the “grooming gang” issue, when the controversial Quilliam think tank published a report which said that 84% of all child rape gang convictions in the period studied were Asian, mostly Pakistani.
Far from being a party silent on such issues, as some critics have claimed, various UKIP figures have heavily criticised the “ridiculous” culture of political correctness that stopped the police from acting in Rotherham to stop child rape gangs.
David Kurten AM stated, “84% of grooming and rape gangs are ‘Asian’ Muslim men, despite being only 2.5% of the UK population. These gangs target white teenage girls. No more political correctness. British girls have suffered far too long.”
Everyone should read 'Easy Meat: Inside Britain's Grooming Gang Scandal' – White & Sikh girls have been targeted by grooming & rape gangs – mainly Pakistani Muslims – since at least 1988. The cover up & shameful treatment of victims is appalling. https://t.co/YJNswnYHo7
— David Kurten ن (@davidkurten) December 10, 2017
UKIP MEP Jane Collins said: “But it’s a stigma. People don’t want to talk about it for fear of being accused of targeting different societies – and I think they’ve got to get over that because if we can’t look after our children we have failed as a society, as human beings.”
(On the left: Nate Rydings)
Nathan Rydings, the Chair of the UKIP youth wing, Young Independence, said, “This is disgusting; this report proves that the PC culture we are currently living in doesn’t work. We are living in a society where young British females are being raped by gangs of Pakistani men and the mainstream media don’t even bat an eye to it! They would rather report on a peaceful “far-right” march whose objective is to shed light on these disgusting attacks.
“It is appalling how nothing is being done to protect young people in this country from these vile individuals. YI and UKIP as a whole will stand up for our youth! This should not and will not be tolerated. We must end this ridiculous politically correct culture and start using our brains; start thinking common sense!
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